WELCOME TO AIA EASTERN OKLAHOMA
Since 1961, AIA Eastern Oklahoma, a Chapter of The American Institute of Architects has represented the professional interests of over 300 licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied construction and design professionals in the eastern portion of the state. Members adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct that assures the client, the public, and colleagues of an AIA-member architect's dedication to the highest standards in professional practice.
Congratulations to our 2020 AIA Eastern Oklahoma Design Awards Winners!
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Our Award Winners Are:
People’s Choice – GH2 Architects – Broken Arrow Public Schools Rosewood Elementary
Citation Award – 1Architecture – Muscogee (Creek) Nation Eufaula Indian Health Center
Merit Award – GH2 Architects – Holland Hall Tandy Health and Wellness Center
Honor Award – Selser Schaefer Architects – Family Center for Juvenile Justice
People’s Choice – Selser Schaefer Architects – Broken Arrow Public Schools Freshman Academy Renovation
Citation Award – GH2 Architects – Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus Student Success and Career Center
People’s Choice – GH2 Architects – CALM Center
Citation Award – Selser Schaefer Architects – Unmanned Systems Research Institute Excelsior Building
Honor Award – GH2 Architects – Iron Gate
People’s Choice – W Design – American Solera
Citation Award – W Design – Red Crown Credit Union
Merit Award – Selser Schaefer Architects – Mother Road Market
Honor Award – James Boswell, Architect – The Jones Assembly
People’s Choice – W Design – Station 13
Honor Award – W Design – Station 13
People’s Choice – Method Group – Florence Park Pediatrics
Merit Award – GH2 Architects – Hotel Indigo
Merit Award – Method Group – Florence Park Pediatrics
Honor Awards – James Boswell, Architect – The French Hen
People’s Choice – GH2 Architects – Owasso Redbud Park
People’s Choice – KKT Architects – Contrail Building
Citation Award – Dewberry Architects – Nautica Waterfront District Development
Merit Award – Method Group – Okmulgee Venue
Lisa M. Grau
Tulsa Technology Center
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I was born in Nebraska and grew up in the mid-west. I graduated from Oklahoma State University College of Architecture in 1992, and became a licensed architect in 1996. I remember the day I got my exam results – I cried. I had passed the whole (old school, no computer, exam) first time – shocked and amazed – I did it! I spent 17 years working in several architectural firms in Tulsa and one short stint in Florida, working on everything from prototype architecture to private homes and corporate offices. In 2009 after working on Tulsa Tech’s first new building in decades, the Health Sciences Center; I was asked to join the Tulsa Tech team. My role as owner is different but oh so rewarding! I have the opportunity to work with the best professionals in Tulsa, rebuilding and rejuvenating a school district that is vital to our community and future economic development while inspiring our students with amazing facilities.